Good News for Jersey’s Housing Market
The housing market in New Jersey looks like it’s starting to recover.
Atlantic City Ready For 4th As Power Restoration Continues [VIDEO]
Tens of thousands of customers remain without power in South Jersey today – following a series of violent thunderstorms that rolled across the region at the end of last week causing widespread damage and outages.
Has the Economic Downturn Caused More NJ Home Burglaries? [AUDIO/POLL]
With Jersey’s unemployment rate hovering around 9 percent, Jersey police departments are continuing to see an increase in thefts and burglaries.
Poll Finds Chris Christie Still Very Popular in NJ [AUDIO] [POLL]
Governor Christie’s job rating has slipped slightly with Jersey residents, but it’s still quite strong.
Atlantic City Losing Millions From Casino Tax Appeals [AUDIO]
In these tough economic times, many casinos in Atlantic City are filing tax appeals and recouping millions of dollars.
What Effect Would Boosting NJ’s Minimum Wage Really Have? [POLL]
As expected, the Assembly Labor Committee has released legislation that would increase the minimum wage in Jersey – from 7-25 to 8-50 an hour.
Christie Wants Gay Marriage Issue On November Ballot [POLL]
Governor Christie wants Jersey voters, not the Legislature, to decide whether gay marriage should be allowed in the Garden state.
The Lunch Break Becoming a Thing of the Past [POLL/AUDIO]
A new report finds fewer and fewer workers in Jersey – and across the country – are taking a lunch break during the day.
New Poll Finds Jersey Support For Gay Marriage [AUDIO]
Jersey democrats in the state Senate and Assembly have vowed to pass a gay marriage bill by the end of the year – saying it’s one of their top priorities.
New Casino Offers New Hope For Atlantic City [AUDIO]
When the new Revel resort and casino opens in the spring, it’s expected to give Atlantic City, and the entire south Jersey region an economic shot in the arm – but there is concern in some circles the 2-point-4 billion dollar project will simply draw gamblers away from other casinos, instead of attracting new visitors to town.
Snowy Winter Predictions Not Panning Out [AUDIO]
Last year at this time the Garden state was buried under several feet of snow – and new storms were sweeping in every couple of days.
Governor Christie Gets Set For The New Year [POLL]
With only a few days left in 2011, Governor Christie is gearing up for the New Year – and promising to move ahead on a number of fronts, including education reform and enacting several measures that will make it easier for local officials to hold the line on property taxes.